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Full text of "The Tower, 1918"

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SOUVENIR EDITION 



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STOUT INSTITUTE 



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SOUVENIR EDITION 
May 23, 1918 



MENOMONIE, WISCONSIN 



FOREWORD 



WITHIN these pages we have tried to 
gather a few of the things pertaining 
to life at Stout which may in after yt?ars 
prove dear. — Editor. 



HARVEY K. SNIVKLY. Editor. 
CLAIRE HAIGHT, Literary Editor. FRED L. (Tit it AN. Faculty Advisor. 

ROGER TRAFFORD, Business Manager. (JEORtiE JANKK, Advertising Manager. 




MANUAL TRAINING BUILDING 



page three 



thk faculty 



L. I> HARVEY, 

Psyehology ami Pedagogy. 
CKOKtiK FKKI) lU'XTON, 

Organization of Manual Training. 

FRED L. CURRAN, 

Elementary Woodwork, History of Manual Training. 

Primary I [and work. 
CHARLES E. KSLINOKR. 

Printing. 
II. F. GOOD, 

Applied Science, Electrical and Automobile Work. 
HENRY 0. QRUBERT, 

Wood Turning. Wood Finishing. 
II. M. HANSEN. 

Cabinet Making, Mill Work, Saw Filing. 
It. F, JA II VIS. 

Blacksmlthlng, Industrial Economics. 
FORCE S. MILLER. 

Physical Training and Athletics. 

H. C. MILNF.S. 

Machine Shop Practice, Foundry Work. Muehine 

Drawing. 
.1. E. RAY, 

Rrirklayiug. Cement Work. Architectural Drawing. 
ROBERT II. RODOERS. 

Supervision of Practice Teaching, Methods of Teach 

Ing .Manual Training. 
JOHN o. STEENDAHL, 

Mechanical Drawing. 
DAISY ALICE KUGEL 

Organization of Home Economies. 
MARGARET BAKER, 

Cooker} 



IlKUTHA B1SI1EY, 

Dietetic 
tl, AHA LOUISE BOUGHTON, 

Advanced Cookery, Pood study. 
GRACE M. DOW, 

Institutional Management. 
ELEANOR M. Dl'XN. 

Food Study. Senior Cookery. 
HKSSIK F. HOLM AN, 

Dressmaking. Supervision of Practice Teaching. 
a I. ma KRUEGER, 

Physical Training. 
MABEL II. LEEDOM, 

Chemistry. 

MARY M. MrCALMOXT. 

Chemistry. 
ELLA (J. McCAULBY, 

Millinery. An Needlework. 
MARY I. McPADDEN, 

Psychologj 
MARY BURT MESSER, 

Home and Social Economics. 
MARY L. NILES, 

Freehand Drawing and Design, 
LILA MORRIS O'NEALE, 

Dr ssmaking and Costume Design. 
KITH MARY PHILLIPS. 

English. 
It I -Til VIROINIA SIMPSON. 

Junior Cookery. 
CLARA (!. TURNER, 

Household Management. 
LOCISE WILLIAMS. 

MUrohiology, Physiology and Hyi-ienc. 



page foin 




IIOMK KCOXo.Mlcs niii.nixi; 



pace ilx 




THIRD AND FOURTH YEAR STUDENTS 

Top • I R ndahl. Jo«ei>h Lynn. Htatelh Schu.«o. Charts R dinger. J B. Ray; wcond J Howard, laabelk 

Lowe, Mabol Snoen. Luella Kramer. Eunice Mulholland, Beth Bailey, Ruin Pollock. 



pace seven 




vox i; VKAIt STUDENTS 

Top, row Kmll Sneen, *u^,» Kchnn, Elisabeth Mend, Joseph Franklin, Electa Alloy, James Halama, Luclle Wlsnor, Shlrlej Englo, 

Oeoigc True; h I row Adolalde Tollcfeon, Clarice Roper, Mildred K g, .)■ SI Ich, Warron I'onso, Mar) Jan. 

Mildred Qreon, Ellen McCrory; third >«•« 1'oter Oqulst, Per I tin Loaschlng, Ruth Longfellow, Russell <; Jney, Eldn Laiin, 

Ralph Herring, Lonn Knutaon, Orrllln Balhkc, Joe O'Hara 



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SKCOM) YKAK STl'DKNTS 

Top row Roberl Binning, Clara Johnarud, Prank Kovach, Corlnne Nichols, Clarence Berg, Alma Rush fold t, Gertrude Leyso, Qeorge 

.lank*-: second i"« Luclle Watklns, Helen Parsons, Hilda Howe, B netl Pogelberg, Joaeph Qagnon, Lola Walklln, Borg- 

hlld Bng, 11 >nse Thomas; third row Fred Moehle, Josephine Jamleson, Ruth Olsen, Louie Qlobokar, ISlliabeth ESngelmann, 

r>:ii»-iii- Porrler, Margaret <'ti)iins. Qeorge liy*-. 






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SKCOXI) -YKAH STUDKNTS 

r..tp n.H .hums McRae, Gladys Ferguson, Anna Berglln, Kate Cole, Florence Tracy, Marie Roberts, Maud Vest; second ron 
Iva Hefty, Mae Trevltt, Lucj Daniel, Florence Scoular, Alma Hall, Roger TrafFord, Helen Deckert, Claire Halght, Mabel Larsen, 

Jennie Qerlach; third row Blea Double, Rosa Taylor, Dlthel Brisbane, Stella Maleta, Florence Prlbnow, Rutb Chrlstman, 

Marie Markart, ECleanor Jensen, Harves Snlvely. 



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X.VMKS A X I > ADDRKKSKS OF SKCONI) YKAIt STl'DENTS 
MANUAL TRAINING 



Clarence i'- i g, i ■■ ad, 8. l». 
ltd ward Blllack, Milwaukee, win. 
Kolierl CinniiiK. Unity, Wis. 
Clarence Buckhols, Elkhorn, Wis. 
Theodore Fitsslmmons, Marshall, Minn. 
Km mil Fogelberg, Fosston, .Minn. 

ih Qagnon, Mountain Iron, .Minn. 
I, inil.- Qlobokar, Blwablk, Minn 
Knssfii Goodney, Amasa, Mich. 
.James Halania, Bei emei . Mich. 



Ralph Herring, Stockton, Cal 
George Janice, Fraxee, .Minn, 
i' i ink Kovacn, Aurora, Minn. 

.1 - M< Kae, Rib Lake, Win. 

Fred Moehle, Chicago, ill. 
Fred Nickel, Minneapolis, Minn. 
.)...- O'Hara, Blwablk, Minn. 
Peter itiiuisi. Red Top, Minn. 
Warren Pease, Green Bay, Wlfl 
George Rye, Aurora, Minn. 



John siiii.nii.il. Mountain Iron, Minn. 
IS ml I Sneon, Menomonle, wis. 
Harvey Bnlvoly, Menomonle, Wli 
i..siii- Stewart, Janesvllle, Wis. 

i Thiol, K.iss.m. Minn. 
Roger Ti.iiii.nl. Missoula, Muni. 

• True, Missouri Valley, In. 
H v. Shafer, Brentwood, Col 

Cross, Milwaukee, Wis. 
wiiii.uii Byor, Cashton, Wis. 



Marie Alexander, Princeton, Ind. 
Aide M. .Ml'-n. Washtuona, Wash. 
Electa Alley. McAllen, Tex. 
).<>is liaii-. Pasadena, Cal. 
in rill i Bathke. Waseca, Minn. 
1311s Becker, Cedarburg, wis. 
Anna Berglin, Grasston, Minn 
Jessie C Blrncr, Kenosha, w 
Rerttlce Blnnchett. Zimmerman, Minn. 
Marguerite Bostwlck, Janesvllle, Wis. 

Mar) Jane Boyd, South Aul i. Neb 

rcthel M. Brisbane, Milwaukee, WIh. 
Mar) Brooks, ECau Claire, wis. 
Susan Ben an, Petoskey, Mich. 
Kniii Chrlstman, Evansvllle, Wis. 

Kali- Cole, AIMuti. [nd. 

Margnrel Collins, Cobbtown, Ga 

rei Cotle. Clifton, Ariz. 
Lucy Daniel, Sergeant KluiY, la. 
Helen i. Dockert, Dubuque, la 
Anita Dover, s. s., Manitowoc, Wis. 

Vnlta Dover, S s. Manitowoc, wis. 
Borghlid Fag. Menomonle, Wli 
Elisabeth Bngelman. Milwaukee, Wis. 
Shliiej l'ii«l.-. Xnii.ilk. Ni-lt. 

Marion Felix, Prairie <lu Sac, wis. 



IIO.UK KCONO.MICS 

Gladys L. Ferguson, Grlnnell, la, 
Frances Gabriel, Bvansvllle, Wis. 
i.iiiian Gerdes, Bureka, s. i>. 
Gertrude Qleason, Austin, Minn. 
Mii.ii.ii Green, St, Joseph, Mo, 
Claire l-:. llaiKht. Minneapolis, Minn. 
Irene Hal.-. Sldnaw, Mich. 

Ivo Hefty, Mot u la 

Ruth li Cedarburg, Wis. 

Hilda Howe, Seymour, Ind. 
Margnrel I. Howe, Monroe, Wis. 
ICsthei Mae Huyck, Gettysburg, S. D. 
Florence Ita, Km Hn^iun [a 
Josephine Jnmleson, Shullsburg, Wis. 
• Una Jansen, Norway, Mich. 
Eleanor Jensen, s. s.. Sheridan, Wyo. 
Clara .inhiisruil. Albert Lea, .Minn. 
Pauline Johnston, Phtlllpsburg, Mont 
Miriam .i b, S. 8., s.m Diego, Cal. 

I.i'iia Knutsi.ii. Porter, Minn. 

Mildred \ k g, Crookston, Minn 

Mabel C. Kais.n. Whitehall, v. 
KM.-i Laun, Blkhorn Lake, wis. 
Gertrude Leyse, S S . Kewaunee, wis. 
r.i ilia Loaschlng, Black River Falls, 

Wis. 

[Continued mi nmee thirty-one] 



Kuiii Longfellow 

N. M. 
isftbelle i iove, 
Biii-n Met i "i j 
Stella Maleta, 
Mario Mai kai . 
K'uiii McMahon 

' ihcth Mead 



s, s.. Albuquerque, 

X.- ills vitl.-. Wis. 
Mi.niii-i-ll.i. Minn. 

Lead, S, D 

Ft, Smith. Ail, 
Orr. x. i>. 

s. 



Armour, 



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Alice I'MHIi Morse, Globe, Ail/.. 
Margaret Moschel, si Paul, Minn. 
Corlnne Nichols, Maseppa, .Minn. 

Ruth C. •*!. sun. New rim. Minn 

Alma Olson, Mankato, m 
•ti-li-n Pai on Vshland, Wis. 
Isabel Perrier, Draper, V 
RJda Peterson, Falrmount, X, 1>. 
Duiis Polley, New London, wis. 

Florence I "ill w, I'ark Falls, Wis. 

Bdlth Quarve, Fessenden, x D. 

Alma Rice, i taj ton, ■ » 

i. hi Richards, Spokane, Wash 

Maiie Ruin-Ms. Klim- Springs, la 

Aim i Rushfeldt, Hawley, .Minn. 
Gladys Thornber, Burlington, la, 
Florence Scoular, Janesvllle. Wis. 
Mar) Sen ring, Marseilles, III. 



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Top row .1. \i< i: i' i: Blllack, u. Snively; second 


row u. Brow «, k, Moohle, E. 


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STOIT V. M. ('. A. 

Top row Charles I Ksiinmi. r;uuit\ advisor: <\ (:•-■ k. k Truflfnrii s<- i row .1 Kraemer, < ;. Janke, B. itniu<-k. l<\ Mego\», J. 

Pearson; third row— H. Halderson, ■ :. E Best, W. A. Planer, ]■:. Sneen, president; it. Qoodney, vice-president, B\ .Mochle, hcc- 
ro la ry- treasurer, 



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MENOMIN CLUB 

Top row Grant Urquhart, Leland Lamb, Joseph Pranklln. UuKxeii (j [.,.•>. Joseph Gagnon; seeoml row- <;.-»ik<' v.-sk.-. DunlH 

Bllde, Samuel Hall, Pranklln Qogglns, Warren Poise. l>avi.H chrimeiiwiii: third row .;...r,- jmike. secretary; George True 
Bergeant-at-arms; Ralph Herring, president; Jamea Halama, treasurer; John Slmonlch, vice-president; Blgfrld Becklund. 

HONOR ROLL 

John Burns, 'Mi Howard Camp it; Horberl Frogner, '16; Howard Fuller, 18; John Mullioa, 'I7: Clarence BuchholU, 11 

Jesse Cross, 1T-18; Harry Peterson, '17; Ray Shafer, 17-is; Harry White, 18 17; Paul Beck, 18 L7; William Qriswold, ITS 
Alfred Radant, 'it: Leslie Stewart, 17-18, 






STOl'T V. \V. C. A. 



No social organization <>i the Stout Institute has as 
large :> membership as has the Y. \v. C. A.. The aim ol 
the association is to raise the Ideals and Btandard 

Christian c lucl and living of the Btudents and to 

provide social activities. 

i-asi Bummer smut was represented at the National 
Lake Geneva Conference, and the Kills returned deter 
mined n> make "'is year of v. \\\ C. A. work mean 
something to the school. The members have* enthusi 
bIIj received the plan- proposed by the Cabinet 
and have worked faithfully throughout the year. Mem 
bera of the faculty also have assisted greatly In tho 
woi h accomplished, 

The annual mixer, September 11, «;ts held in the 

armory because Of had weather. The attendance was 

large and the girls report a good time. A ran 
dlelighl Recognition Bervice was held on October l win n 



a. student Welfare 

i l.i B8 Were r I ;i b 

eight weeks In the 



the new members milled with the association. 

Much time and effort have been Bpent in war worh 
The association Is supporting three Belgian babies and 
$400 was raised for Hie v. M. C. 
Fund, Twelve World Democracy 

lisbed and faithfully at tended for 

Bprlng. 

The Cabinet members for 'it and 'is ft re Jean Rich 
ards. president; Helen Btrander, vice-president; Hortense 
Thomaa Secretary; Henrietta Johnston, treasurer; Mil- 
dred Green, chairman religious meetings; Margaret 
Howe, chairman social meetings; Elizabeth Wampl°r, 
chairman social Bervice; Marian Felix, chairman Bible 
study; Eliza Bstrop, chairman missionary; Kate < 

chairman, annual member; Ismay Hubble, chairman 
finance; Hortense Thomas, chairman information. 



SOCIAL ACTIVITIES 



September LI, 1917, the annual v. W. C A. and V. 
M. C. A. "Ml er was held in the Stout armory. Most 
of the new students and all the old were there. As 
l here were not enough men to t;i> around it was decided 
m have Mi. Klsim:<T auction them oil' to the highest 
bidders. Sonic ol* our finest young men went for as 
small B consideration as a bottle of pop, a package of 

life savers, an Ice cream cone or a trip up Wilson Creek. 
Mr. Esllnger says that some of these bids si ill remain 

unpaid and wishes to announce that be has at least five 
tript UP Wilson Creek and several boxes Of "kisses" 



coming. 

Did the boys have a good time''' 



Juki ask them! 



I 'III llir IIIM^ I I.I \ f . I m«ril imn , UUOI <>.->,» ........ 

The Slnul Girls' Glee Club gave a very good and well 
selected program at the Stout auditorium, April 5. The 



numbers were varied and BOme part .it least reached 
every music lover in the audience. A good deal Of 

credit must he given the girls and Miss Gllkerson 'or 
their hard work. Solos, both vocal and Instrumental. 
Interpretative dances, ami Borne clever Impersonation 
made the program a great sue. . 

Two dancei wre given i>y the Gaveleers in the stout 
gymnasium; "tie in Hie early fall and another la "lo- 
cally Bprlng. These were the best attended and mOSl 

heartily enjoyed dances given during the year. 

Prida) night. November 23, 1917, the annual dance 
and entertalnmenl was given by the Sophomores and 
Juniors for the Freshmen, so ii included the entire 
student body. The dance was given in the gymnasium 

whii h w.is decorated in Stout colors and looked atlrac 



[Continued on pate twenty-eight] 



page seventeen 




DECKERS 

T«i]> invv "r i in-. Mrs. l>ffki-r. stowart, Qlobokar, Qahl, Halama, Mcllae, Thiol, Warneke, Fltsslmi s. Best, Yeske, Oagnon, Jen- 
kins. Karberg, Megow, Decker, Herring, Hall ,Slmonlch, Pish or, Potter, Kraemer, Pogelberg; -••■ «i row Franklin, Christian- 

sun. Janke, Haldorson, King, Johnson, Bccklund, Pearson, Mel i 



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STOUT HONOR ROLL 


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A'ijala, I'no. 'I 7 


How ma it. Clyde A., '0!> 


Edwards, Myron, 'it; 




Draftsman, Naval Training Sta- 


Corp. Co. K. :in', Engineers. 


30iii Engineer Corps, Washing- 




lion, Qreal Lakes, 111. 


Camp Lee, W. Va. i R. 6. T. 0.) 


ton, D. C. 




Albrechtaon, K. v.. '14 


Browe, Raymond, '18, Camp 


Krickson. Arthur. 'Hi. 




Naval Hospital, (irrut Lakes. 


Qrant, ill. 


dadoes, Karen J., 




III. 
Anderson, Carl. (Student 1T.-16) 


Brinkmann, Walter I). '15 

2nd Lieut, Fort Ililey, Kims. 


2d Lieut., Vancouver, Wash. 




N. A. Camp Lee, W. Va. 
Anderson, Walter P., '13 


Buchholtz, Clarence H„ (Student 
IC-I7) 


1' lazier, C. A.. '12 

Capt. Artillery. 




Naval Training Station, Co. 40, 


Enlisted, Camp Dodge, la. 


Frozner, Herbert, ' I •'• 




Norfolk, Va. 


Burns, John, L., '18 


2nd Lieut. N. Co. L. 127 Inf. 




Appleton, Stanley, *l(J 


Signal Battalion, American 


Camp Mar Arthur (overseas) 




Canadian Army. 


Lake, Wash. 


Froseth, Alfred. (Student 1 ** 1 7 > 




Bailey, Paul, '08 


Campion, Howard, '14 


1 i:uli Aeni S«in. Dayton, t lino. 




2nd Lieut. Ft Sherman, Chilli- 


Signal Battalion, American 


Fryklund, Charles v.. ' 6 




col lie, Ohio, 


Lake. Wash. 


N. A. 




Barry, Wm. J., "N 


Cro (Studenl hs-17) 


Fuller, Howard K.. 'I :; 




II. S. Aviation. A shiny I'ark, 


Co. D. It!:! Depot Brigade. Camp 


Batten' C, 104th Field An 




N. J. 


Dodge, iowa. 


(Overseas) 




Beck, Paul. (St mii'iil MI- 17) 


Dheln, Orfn II.. '16 


Qambie, Arthur H., "i 7 




U. S. Aviation. 


Aviation Corps. 


Co. D, 6th Bn. Signal Corps 




Beguhn. Arnold A.. '14 


Douglas, Andrew, (Studenl Trade 


i i Kerscas 1 




2nd Lieut. Co. 1. 362 Intt. 


School 1912) 


Qlfford, Perry, "17 




Camp Dodge, In. 


121 Art. in France. 


Tliird Officers Training Camp, 




Bloeman, Herbert, (Studenl 1913 


Drescher, George, 1 ■ 


Camp Craul. 




in 


Kiklore, Fred, ' 1 i 


QottSChalk, Chesney (>., ' 




Enlisted, 


Artillery. 


1st Lieut., Aviation Corps. 


page twenty 







STOl'T lll)\()K ROLL 



Gould, Roy H„ 'It; 

Aviation. 
Graven, Anker, '12 

Draftsman, Great Lakes, 111. 
Grlswold, Win . Trade School, '17 

suth Sanitary Bng. Corps 

i Overseas) 
Guy, George, '18 

N. A. 
Gibson, ESdward, 

Aviation, San Antonio, Tex, 
Hanson, Orln, '16, 

Radio Service. 
Hager. Carl J.. 'It; 

Enlisted. 
Ilalin. Stanley \V.. '14 

2nd Lieut. Sig. R. c. a. s. Ft. 

Omaha, Nebr 
ii. i bo, Otto. 
Mint/.. EJrnesl n, '17 

I19tb Mach. Gun. Bn. Camp 

MacArthur, Texas. (Overseas) 
Holm. Eiffel A., 'Ill 

3rd O. T. C, Camp Grant, III. 
Hughes, Louie S., '17 

Enlisted as a carpenter in the 

Aviation Corps. 



Hunter. Floyd, *1« 

(52th Aero Sqn. San Antonio, 

Texas. 
Hyde, Charles \\\. '16 

Sergt. Battery It. 1st Indiana 

At. Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Ind, 
Jackson, A If. K., '16 

Dlr. Physical Training and Ath 

let iCB, Ft. Riley. Kans. 

Jones, Forest n., ' 1 7. 

Coast An., Monroe, Va. 
Joyce, Harrison, (Student 15-16) 

Co. 1). 10 7 Hi Kng. (Overseas) 
Karlstrom, Carl, '17. 

Overseas. 
Keek. Bveretl It,. 'lf> 

Draftsman, Ureal Lakes Naval 

I i .i i n i ii :• si a. 
Kendall. Robert K., '12 

1st Lieut. 2nd Bat. 312th Inf. 

('amp l)ix, N. J. 
Keil, Fmil C, '17 

2 7th Aero Sqn., Austin, Texas. 
Kovaeh. Frank, '18, 
Krick, Joseph. (Student 17) 

Unlisted. 

Krogstad, Peter. '12 



HXth Machine Gun Bn. (Over- 
seas) 

Lechtenger, I larry, 
Cav. Corps Corp . 
San Antonio, Tex 

[.eland. Simeon .)., '17 
N. A. 

Liddy, Arthur, '16 

2nd Lieut. Signal Corps, i Over 

seas) 

Little, Orlando B., '16 

Kill 1st ed. Signal Corps. 
McEnroe, Lawrence, "13 

2nd Lieut. Camp Custer, Mich. 
Mcintosh, Robert H.. '16 

Signal Corps 
MacLean, Charles it., '17 

I Hall small. (Ileal Lakes Naval 
Tr. Sta 

Vfereen, Donald K„ '16 

t*. S. Setiool of Military AerOD 

autlcs, FJrbana, 111. 
Meyer. Karl II., '14 

U. S. S. Joy, 2nd DIst. Naval 

Reserve, Woods Hole. Mass. 
Miller, Clifford It.. '17 

Coast Art., San Franeisco, Calif. 



page twenty-one 







STOUT HONOR ROLL 






M o Id en ha u or, Edward L., '17 


Nylius. Ralph B., '17 


worth, Kans. 




Radio Operator, Camp Vail, Lit- 


Bnllsted in Bngineers. (Over- 


Ratio, John, 'in, N. A. 




tle Silver, N. J. 


seas 1 


Roberts, Clyde, M. '17 




Moore, Edwin D., (Student 16-17) 


O'Brien. Frank S.. 1 t 


ll.|. Detachment, :tl0th Bug. 




I39tb Aero Sqn. Kelly Field, 


Bnllsted, 


Camp Custer, Mich. 




San Antonio, Texas. 


Olson, Leonard ('., '17 


Schefer, Alvin C, '16 




Morgan, Karl, (Special '14) 


Bnllsted Naval Reserve. 


N. 0. 




N. A. 


Olson, Mi-kin, Trade School, '17 


Sharer, Ray, (Student 16-17) 




Moyle, Thomas It., Instructor 


Bngineers, Wrlghtstown, N. J. 


Unlisted A vial ion Corps, Waco, 




2nd Lieut. Q. M. <'.. Jacksons- 


Patrick, Karl, '12 


Tex. 




v iii.-, B*la. 


Ordnance Dept., Rock Island 


Sch wing, Arthur, (Student 14-15) 




Mul lira. John M . '17 


Arsenal. 


Sergeant, 18 6th Inf. camp 




Aviation Corps, San Antonio, 


I'eterson, Harry K., *17 


Cody, New M.-x, 




Texas. 


Naval Aviation, L. D. S. Pen- 


Schott. J., *1«. 




Mythaler, Stanley. '14 


sacoln. I'M a. 


Sliatto, Bdson, '17 




(Overseas) 


Picha. Lawrence (J.. '15 


N. A. Camp Dodge, Iowa 




Nelson, Many. '12 


N. A. 


siiumvvay, Robert, '17 




1st Lieut. Co. II, 128th lui 


Pltska, John, 


N. A. 




(Overseas) 


Aviation. 


Sou ha. Arnold, A., '11 




Nelson, Thomas. '14 


Plummer, Wallace, '12 


Naval Reserve, Instructor Dun- 




Sergt. Co. H, 128th Inf. (Over- 


Rainbow Division. (Overseas) 


woody, Mpls. 




seas) 


I J a ad. Oscar, *]:.' 


Stauffacher, Bar! M., '10 




Newcomb, Max B., '08 


N. A 


Cadel Aviator, Houston, Tex. 




2nd Lieut. (Overseas) 


Raymond, Ceclle, (Student 16-17) 


Steffens, David It., '14 




Nicholas, Howard, '14 


N. A. 


Co. 28, Naval Tr. Station, Nor- 




N. A. 


Radant, Alfred, ii 


folk, Va. 




Nichols, Vernon, '10 


17th Co. U. S. Bug., Ft. Leave- 


Steurwald, Gerald, '16 


I"IK«* 


tWi-Ntv-tWn 







stoi t i[(>x»ti{ mn. i. 



I". S. Aviation. 
Stollberg, Louis A., '13 

U. S. Aviation, Urbana. III. 
Swaiisou, l-'rederiek, 'I I 

2nd Lieut. 
Stewart, Leslie, student, itr-ii' 

IS' 

II. Art., Camp Worden, Wash. 

Tapper, Benjamin, '18 

2nd Lien!, i iwmIi Depot Brigade, 

i lamp Custer, Mich. 
Thompson, T. Marvin, '17 

isi Lieut. (Overseas) 
Thompson, Paul E3„ '14 

2nd Lieut. Camp Custer, Mich. 
Thurston, William ES. '14 

I st Lieut, Waco, Texas. 
White, Marry B., (Student It!- 17 ) 



White, John W., ' I 5 

Sergt. Co. i'. 861th inf.. Camp 

Dodge, la. 
Zillmann, Harold A., "15 

(apt.. I artel Depot Brigade, 

Camp Dodge, la. 
Tinker, Dudley, (Student 191 t) 
Van Duzee, Roy, '14 

1st Lieut. Co. 8, 880 Mach. Qun 

Hat.. Camp Dodge Iowa. 
Watson, Robert II.. '16 

4th Co. 166 Depot Brigade, 
Camp Lewis, American Lake, 

Wash. 

N. A. 

Co. I. Signal corps, U. S. A. 
J. It. Mulholland, '12, 

.Mechantcal dept. aviation. 




Mitts Kiold. KecM'tiii y to L>r Harvey. 
Mrs. Hahn. chief librarian. 

Miss Halaeth. assistant librarian. 
.Miss Bin) — telephone and desk. 



p:iK<- twenty- three 




FOOTBALL 

T row i McRae, i: Inoy; Bee i row s. Becklund, B. Fogelberg, W. Bompnl, Q. Best; third row L Stewart, R Binning, C. 

Buck /.. G, Rye. Mudrock, Coach Miller; fourth row Shafer, .J. Slmontch, Herring, Kovach, <;.>Kniiis. Halama, O'Hara 



|i;iK' - twentj i • » ■ i j - 




BASKET HALL 
Top row k. Qoodney, Coach Q. P. Miller. 8. Hall. !■'. Kovach, <:. Rye: sccmul mw rniiilwui. I,. Stewart, (Captain), is. Fogelberg, 



i wenty-flvo 




nil sigma i»si am 

Top row Marlon Hammond, Mnrj Jane Boyd, Gladys Dunn, Mary Honoring, Eunice 
Josephine Jnmleson, Amj Anthcs< (Catherine Janaen, Ittitli McMahon, Itulh Horn 
Relnardy, Margai-el Cuslck. Eleanor Jolly, Margaret Smith, Lillian Heard, Edith 



Mulholland, Pauline Johnston; Becond row 

Vims Rice, Miriam Jones; third row Eilei 

Towsend, Alma Drewelow, Dorothj Howard; 

Elona Dugdale, 



fourth row Isabelle Perrler, Bernlce Blanchette, Helen Parsons, Islay Tocher, Beth Bailey, Ruth Longfellow, 
Maude Vest, s».- Behan 



i w.-nty-Hlx 



SOCIAL ACTIVITIES 
|<'<>nilmi<'<] fmm v»ut'" SftTOnteen] 



live. The frocka of tin* ^Irls wore varied In color and 

:mI<!< ti ronslderably to tli»> preity scene. Kor those who 
did not dance an excellent prom-am was Riven in the 
V. W. ('. A. rooms. A quartette <h" girls gave a pleasing 
song which was encored, and Mr. Ilerg sang and was 
well received and encored. Doris Swan, Lois McDonald 

and Mr, snively Rave readings thai wen- enjoyable, and 

Miss McDonald Bang, accompanied by her ukulele. Much 
school talent was nicely displayed and il was heartily 
enjoyed by those who did not dance. 

The V. W. (*. A. gave their annual county fair In the 
Home Economics building, May 16. Crowds swarmed 



to see the marvelous side shows and the building rang 
With the Idare of the bands and shouts of the •'spielers." 
The vaudeville show and the Petticoat Minstrels did u 
thriving business. Dr. Till sold gallons of pain killer 
ami the policeman was kept busy holding the noisy 
crowd in check. 

"Do you remember the Box Social? 

"Do 1? Well, I should say I do! 
anything BO exciting as that." 

"Didn't we have the gayest time, 
1 ate with Mr, Hall. He was awfully 



tall and lanky! I shall never forget it!" 



1 couldn't forget 
though? hut olc 

lih'i- even jf he is 



NAMKS AND A DDUKSKKK OK SI'KCIAL STIDKXTS 
I dm tinned fmni paw 1 1iii-t>-«-n i 



Koch, Appleton, Wis. 
Irvln Kraemer, Lancaster, V 
William Kropf, Sheboygan, wis. 
i leoi k>- Lodle, Ashland, H I 
Stuart McLeod, Neenah, Wis. 
u I NlSUla, Cliisliolm. Minn. 



Russel Owen, Durand, Wis. 
h ■ r i > Potter, Sparta, wis. 
Rernace Reppert, Stanley, wis. 
otto Romberger, Abilene, Kan 
i' Q, SmJthyman, Wauwatosa, wis. 
Bilmei Soderberg, Crystal Palls, Mich. 



■ ■. Wi. 
.. i icon to, wis 
Bernard vesely. Portage, Wis 
Ernest VVarnerke, Madison, w I 



August Suhllng, I 

Grant Urquharl, < 

Bernard vesely. i 

Ernest VVarnerke, nwnmn, ,<m 

George Veske, Grand Rapids, Wis. 

Irwin Pearson, Neenah, VYU 



• nrenty-elght 





DOYLKS IM1AT HOISK 



WILSON CREEK 

The chief drain on " I tad's" ixxketbook, but do you 
remember 1 1 1 * - rimes you spent on the lake <>r up the 
creek; or the lunch you shared with your friends and 
schoolmates at th< Point? And talk about the limes you 
had St night With your banjos anil "likes." If sun- 
was a uay old life. 




I.AKK MKXOMIX 



pace twenty-nine 



shut UK l) cross 



Report of tlic Stout Auxiliary of the Dunn Count; 
Chapter <il" the Red Cross, tor school year, lit 1 T-l!»18: 
MEMBERSHIP REPORT 

Annual members -,.... 143 

Subscribing mom hers . . 32 



RBPO 

Work 

s'.n; 
2ti3 
:: >i ■• 
42 
16 
4 it 
:.T 

:t» 
57 

IOU 

16 

52 
47 
4!l 

52 
4!t 
30 
53 
46 
tl 
23 
Work 
f.l 



Total membi rshlp . 17"> 

RT OP WORK DONE BY THE AUXILIARY 
done iri surgical dressing classes: 

Sponges, - inches by - Inches. 

Compresses, s Inches by 4 % in< 

Compresses, !i inches by !< Inches. 

Folded (iau/.o Strips. 

Five-yard Rolls. 

Three yard Rolls. 

Cotton Pads. 12 inches by 24 inches. 

Oakum Pads, x inches by 12 Inches. 

Heel Rings, 

Irrigation Pads, 1 li inches by 18 inches. 

Folded Compresses, i Inches by i Inches. 

Waste Gauze Pads. 

Triangular Bandages. 

T Bandages. 

Four tail I (and ages. 

Abdominal I (and ages. 

Scultetus Bandages. 

Many-tail Handages. 

Straps and Ruckles. 

Shot Bags. 

Pneumonia Jackets. 

Split Irrigation Pads, 
clone by the Freshman Sewing Classes: 

Bed Jackets. 



51 Convalescent Robes. 




51 Pajamas. 




51 Belgium Relief Dresses. 




Work done by Dr ssmaking Classes: 




40 Bed Shirts. 




29 Pajamas, 




40 Belgian Relief Dresses. 




Work done by girls of Btoul Auxiliary: 




.".(I Swear, i 




14 Pairs Socks. 




J I Scarfs. 




. 1 a Pairs Wristlets. 




14 Helmets. 




3 Trench caps. 




K. BRISB VNE, 


Secretary, 



FINANCIAL UK PO U'l- 
Annual Dues Collected 

Suh: crlbing Dili's Collected 

Movie Renellt 

Red Cross Dance 

Teacher's Song Fund . 

\h Kugl • 

General Donations 

Surglcnl Dressing or class Construction. 

Cil Is' Clee Club Concert 



1143.00 
64 00 

5.05 
8.60 
2.00 

: i 5 

ins. till 

50.00 



Money turned over to Chapter 



$::4ii.n.i 



Cash on Hand $18.70 

M. O. VALENTINE, Treasurer 



l-utfi- thirty 



NAMF.S AND ADDHKSSES OF SECOND YEAR STUDENTS 



P"aj Shlrey, McLaughlin. 8. i K 
Clarice Soper, Ogdensburg, win. 
Helen Strander, Crookston, Minn. 
Rosa ai Taylor, iniluth. Minn. 
Hortense Thomas, Minneapolis, Mine 
lalay M. Tocher, Livingston, .Mum 
Adelaide Tnllefsmi. Applelon, Wis. 
Helen <;;■»! Torsen, Decorah, la. 
Florence Tracy. Inpleton, Wli 
Klvira Trapp, Dodge Center. Minn. 
Mae Trevltl,' Monroe, Wis. 



FIOMK ECONOMICS 
[ContlDned fnaii pageelevvn] 

Maud Vest, Austin, Minn. 
Ixile Walklin. Watertown, s i> 
Alms Wall, Albert Lea, Minn 
Lucile Wntkins. Anderson, iml. 
i.ii'-iii,- Wlsner, Anderson, [nd 
E&llxabeth Wampler, 8 s. Dayton, 0. 

January '18 Graduates 
Marie Alexander, Princeton, iml 
w v tiiiuiii Curry, Ontario, < ire 

B a Prisch, St. Charles. Minn. 

ISllsa Kslmp? Marxian. N. I). 



Maude r;iai)vllli«, Winner \\|» 
Dorothy Kninht. Ft. Wayne, ind. 
\ inla 1,,-yse. Kewaunee, Wis. 
Helen Iti-ilfiird, Denver. i'i»| 
Mas Belle M.ui.v.. Ablemans, Wis 

niadyH LeKcber, Vvauwi , u i . 

Kima Prisch, si Charles, Minn. 

\ii i 'lias. Stone, Mei lie. win 

Lydla Koyce, Naporvllle, III. 
Flora *l'l as. <;.,s city, ind. 



NAMF.S AND ADDRESSES OF FIRST YEAR STUDENTS 



Thelme Johnston, Valders, wis. 

Bloa - Juiiy. Colllnsville, in. 

Marian Jones, Houston, Tex 
Bather Keller, St. Cloud, Minn. 
Luella Kramer, Minneapolis, Minn. 
[Stale Lamps, Huron, S, l>. 
Florence Lantry, SL Paul, Minn. 
Delia Lerdall, Cumberland, W 
Mrs. Q race B. Martin, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Jessie M, Mathews, Birmingham, Ala. 
Mamie Mathews, Mi. Pleasant, la 



HOME ECONOMICS 
[Con 1 1 sued from i»«n,- twelve] 

Charlotte Melstrand, iieiiimit. Wis 
Jean Moore, Nowata. Okla, 
Clara Newberry, itnriiiiKtmi. wis. 

PWirem-e Xiisney. Mnllltnwne, Wis. 
Mrs Fslelle ulsKani. Ashland. Wis 
ICuih PnlliM'k, Minneapolis. Minn, 
iiuhy Potter, Algona, la. 
Eleanor Keinanly, Burlington, Wis. 
■ N. uishiw. Melrose VI 



Mrs. Man C Rosencrans, Prairie du 

1 lih-n. Wis. 
Louise Savage. DiilmiaKon. Mich 
Margaret Smith. Wlntnn. Minn 
;<-ris i. Swan, Mt. Pleasant, la. 
i. nil) i imrsun. Menomonle, wis 

Edith Leslie Tnwiisond. Hillings. Mont 

Antoinette Turner, Elgin, in 

!•';', • Vlngore. Argyle, wis. 

Lillian Welremlller. Leeds, 8 i> 

Miriam Wilson, Minima noils. Minn 



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